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What is the Attorney Breakfast Club? Seats Available!

Posted by on Apr 27, 2013 in Blog, Uncategorized | 0 comments

The Attorney Breakfast Club has the following seats available. For more information or to reserve your seat, please contact dina@abcfornetworking.com

Broward Chapter:

  • Immigration Attorney
  • Real Estate Attorney
  • Entertainment Attorney
  • Foreclosure Attorney
  • Worker’s Comp Law
  • International Business Attorney
  • Insurance Attorney
  • Traffic Attorney
  • Disability Attorney
  • Appellate Law
  • Employment Law
  • Family Law
  • Bankruptcy

Miami Dade Alpha:

  • Probate and Estate Law
  • Appellate Law
  • Tax Attorney
  • Traffic Attorney
  • Insurance Attorney
  • Disability Attorney
  • Foreclosure Law
  • Bankruptcy
  • Real Estate

Miami Dade Beta Chapter

  • Real Estate Attorney
  • Entertainment Attorney
  • Foreclosure Attorney
  • Worker’s Comp Law
  • International Business Attorney
  • Insurance Attorney
  • Traffic Attorney
  • Disability Attorney
  • Corporate Law
  • Criminal Law

To reserve your seat, or to learn more, please contact Dina@abcfornetworking.com.

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Giving back what you’ve earned: resisting bankruptcy preference claims

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/lienzone/~3/pbgxlPmmnKU/ target=_blank >Giving back what you’ve earned: resisting bankruptcy preference claims</a>

By Alexander Barthet

Stay  in  business  long  enough,  especially  during  difficult economic  times,  and  you  will  inevitably  become  a  creditor  in  a customer’s  bankruptcy  –  a  disappointing   development   made worse  when  you  receive  a demand  asking  for  the   return   of a payment you recently received from that customer.  You may be tempted to ignore the request, believing that since you are actually entitled to the money, you’re excused from complying.  That would be a mistake, since money paid by a bankruptcy debtor may be challenged as a preference and subject to forfeiture.

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Giving back what you’ve earned: resisting bankruptcy preference claims

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/lienzone/~3/OjCNcOFgo7k/ target=_blank >Giving back what you’ve earned: resisting bankruptcy preference claims</a>

By Alexander Barthet

Stay  in  business  long  enough,  especially  during  difficult economic  times,  and  you  will  inevitably  become  a  creditor  in  a customer’s  bankruptcy  –  a  disappointing   development   made worse  when  you  receive  a demand  asking  for  the   return   of a payment you recently received from that customer.  You may be tempted to ignore the request, believing that since you are actually entitled to the money, you’re excused from complying.  That would be a mistake, since money paid by a bankruptcy debtor may be challenged as a preference and subject to forfeiture.

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Music Lawyer Miami Test Post

Posted by on Oct 20, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

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Contractors must comply with local licensing requirements

Posted by on Oct 14, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/lienzone/~3/LxYAXi0lSTM/ target=_blank >Contractors must comply with local licensing requirements</a>

By Alexander Barthet

Recent legislative changes allow contractors to perform work even if they are not certified and registered, but only in those localities where the local licensing ordinances do not also require them to be certified and registered. Therefore, contractors must be sure that they are in compliance with not only applicable Florida Statutes, but also with the license requirements of the municipality in which they are working.

According to Florida Statute Section 489.113(2), persons who are not certified and registered can perform construction work, if they are supervised by a person who is certified or registered and as long as the work is within the scope of the supervisor’s license. However, this section does not exempt uncertified and unregistered contractors from complying with local licensing ordinances.

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Contractors must comply with local licensing requirements

Posted by on Oct 14, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/lienzone/~3/PhdBjX1wl-E/ target=_blank >Contractors must comply with local licensing requirements</a>

By Alexander Barthet

Recent legislative changes allow contractors to perform work even if they are not certified and registered, but only in those localities where the local licensing ordinances do not also require them to be certified and registered. Therefore, contractors must be sure that they are in compliance with not only applicable Florida Statutes, but also with the license requirements of the municipality in which they are working.

According to Florida Statute Section 489.113(2), persons who are not certified and registered can perform construction work, if they are supervised by a person who is certified or registered and as long as the work is within the scope of the supervisor’s license. However, this section does not exempt uncertified and unregistered contractors from complying with local licensing ordinances.

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